publication . Article . 2017

The Impact of Metacognitive Strategies and Self-Regulating Processes of Solving Math Word Problems.

Eda Vula; Rrezarta Avdyli; Valbona Berisha; Blerim Saqipi; Shpetim Elezi;
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  • Published: 01 Sep 2017 Journal: International Electronic Journal of Elementary Education (issn: 1307-9298, eissn: 1307-9298, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Kura Publishing
This empirical study investigates the impact of metacognitive strategies and self-regulating processes in learners’ achievement on solving math word problems. It specifically analyzes the impact of the linguistic factor and the number of steps and arithmetical operations that learners need to apply during the process of solving math word problems. Two hundred sixty-three learners, of three classes of third graders (N=130) and four classes of fifth graders (N=133) of the elementary cycle from two urban schools of Kosovo, participated in the study. Almost half of the total number of the third and fifth-graderswere exposed to metacognitive instruction. The rest of ...
free text keywords: Arithmetic operations, math word problems, metacognition, self-regulation., Theory and practice of education, LB5-3640, Education, Teaching method, Statistical analysis, Self-control, media_common.quotation_subject, media_common, Empirical research, Psychology, Word problem (mathematics education), Pedagogy, Mathematics education
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